The FSC Co-organized the European Museum Academy Awards Ceremony
The International Foundation Forum of Slavic Cultures and European Museum Academy organized the international conference which was attended by more than 80 participants from 27 countries at the international conference of the European Museum Academy. The conference was accompanied by the EMA Awards ceremony for Luigi Michelletti, DASA and Heritage in Motion awards.
In the year marking 15 years of its operation the Forum of Slavic Cultures took its fruitful collaboration with the European Museum Academy, which celebrates its 10th anniversary this year, to another level by organising the international conference and award ceremonies for prestigious international awards ‒ the Luigi Micheletti Award for the most innovative museums focusing on contemporary history, industrial heritage and social change; the DASA Award for excellence in learning opportunities provided by museums, and the Heritage in Motion Award for creators and users of films, games, apps and websites on themes related to Europe’s heritage, both cultural and natural, tangible and intangible.
“We are happy that the FSC hosted the international conference with the European Museum Academy's (EMA) awards ceremony, as EMA has been our partner in numerous of our projects for a number of years. More than 80 participants from 27 countries had a unique opportunity to exchange their views on the challenges facing modern museums, to network and establish new partnerships, come up with new creative ideas and joint projects,” said Andreja Rihter, Director of the Forum of Slavic Cultures and president of the European Museum Academy.
During the conference the participants had the opportunity to see the presentations from 19 candidates running for the Luigi Micheletti and DASA awards, with special guests and lecturers: architect Klaus Jürgen Schuwerk, who designed the Museum of Industry and Labour in Brescia and the new National Museum in Oslo, Blaž Vurnik from the Museum and Galleries of Ljubljana, and Marek Bącławek from the Silesian Museum.
The Micheletti Award went to the museum complex Astra from Romania, the DASA Award to the Workers Museum in Denmark, and the Heritage in Motion Award for the best multimedia achievements went to the Norwegian project DigitalMuseum.org. The winner of the Film and Video category was the Museum and Galleries of Ljubljana with its film about the Ljubljanica River.
The event was co-organized in the cooperation with the Ljubljana Municipality and Museum and Galleries of Ljubljana.